2019 was a lesson. Going through a few tough episodes I learned one big thing from @lifeofjermaine and that’s you are not the center of the universe. Stay with me here.
I don’t mean in the traditional sense where we think the world revolves around us. I mean when we are so busy blaming ourselves for every bad thing that’s happened it is a very short sighted way to see the world. To think, with all the possible scenarios and variables that can occur, your decisions and your decisions alone are enough to affect the outcome of your life. I have believed for so long that our lives are a consequence of our own actions and for the most part that is true. However, if we think our intentions overrule the universes we are severely mistaken.
Did you mess up a business deal? Well, a million dollar opportunity passed you by because someone got in an accident on the way to work. Did you lose your significant other to someone else? Well, the love of your life was at the gym on your day off.
You see how no matter what decisions you make they are a minuscule to the collective decisions of everyone else. So stop beating yourself up. Control what you can and accept what you can’t.
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Posted at: 2019-12-11 02:14:59
5-Days from now, I’ll be giving a live 1-Day Online Training on how to build wealth, get out of debt and stop living paycheck to paycheck.
We’ve still got a few spots left and I would love for you to be there!
Let me know if you plan on attending and I can add you to the list of attendees
Here’s the link to learn more:
Here’s why you should attend…
Some of the topics that will be covered address:
Building Your Destiny Process -- Understand the key indicators for your personal economy.
Prosperity Success Formula -- 3 Keys to Money Smart Success generally not available in K-12 or University.
Secret to Financial Freedom Checklist -- 3 Secrets overlooked by 80% of the population.
Your Wealth Blueprint -- Guide to managing your business which is your life.
I want to show you how to get your money working for you and build wealth.
That’s why I want to invite you to this 1-Day live online training on December 14th.
Here’s the link again:
I hope you can make it. I look forward to seeing you on December 14th!
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SoftBank Group Corp.’s massive investment in WeWork triggered a multibillion-dollar write-down and a rare apology from founder Masayoshi Son. But one analyst argues the deal is likely to work in the end and SoftBank will have the “last laugh.
Chris Lane of Sanford C. Bernstein says WeWork can have a bright future if SoftBank overhauls the business plan and focuses more carefully on the evolution of the corporate office market. He likens WeWork’s business model to that of Starbucks, where branding, consistency and global scale give it an advantage over the competition.
Lane argues WeWork can achieve profitability if it pulls back on extraneous areas and calms a frenetic pace of expansion to focus on filling up existing space. That will allow it to grab an estimated 8 percent of an emergent market for pre-fitted offices for corporate clients, almost like a white-label tech gadget or home appliance.
“We think investors should think of the basic business as being similar to Starbucks,” Lane wrote in a 21-page research report. “While profitable, the scale of profits that can be generated from a single site is small. Starbucks as a corporation only makes sense if you plan to open thousands of outlets.”
It’s a contrarian take on a WeWork deal that has been widely viewed as a fiasco.
Reported by Japan Times